Hawstead, Bury St. Edmunds
- Individual building plot with outline consent for single detached dwelling.
- Unique architectural design with period influences.
- Attractive brick elevations under a pitched & slate roofline.
- Fabulous far reaching views to surrounding undulating Suffolk Countryside.
- setting on the periphery of the village.
- Attractive village on the favoured south side of town.
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INDIVDUAL BUILDING PLOT WITH OUTLINE PLANNING APPROVED FOR DETACHED DWELLING IN DESIRABLE VILLAGE LOCATION & BREATH-TAKING COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
Occupying an idyllic situation, in an elevated position on the rise of a hill, with breath-taking undulating views across some of the best of Suffolk countryside is a desirable building plot to realise a dream project. Site preparation is ready to make way for a detached three bedroom dwelling. Mains services are available. The site is bounded to the north by open countryside, to the west by an existing dwelling, to the south by a road / mature hedging and the east by mature hedging. Site size in all 0.11 acres.
The property lies on the edge of a semi-rural and much favoured village of Hawstead, in a prominent and picturesque position – only three miles south of the fine Suffolk cathedral town of Bury St. Edmunds. The University City of Cambridge is easily reached via the A14 east-west major road link to facilitate commuting ease, and with the M11 providing a fast route to London. Reputable private and state schools, an eclectic range of high street and independent shops, and some of the country’s finest restaurants – including the only Michelin star in Suffolk – and leisure facilities can be found within a short drive as is majestic rambling Ickworth Park & Gardens.
Planning permission was granted by St. Edmundsbury Borough Council on 9th September 2019 under planning reference DC/19/1720/FUL. All documents associated with the planning application are available to view online at West Suffolk Council's website. The planning application is described as “detached dwelling, on the associated garden land of 1 The Pound. Access would remain as existing, shared with No. 1. The plans show a traditional 2 storey dwelling with cloakroom, hallway, utility room and open-plan kitchen / dining / sitting area. The first floor shows 3 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. Space is shown for bin and cycle storage as well as parking for 2 cars at the front of the property.
Once a sale has been agreed, the vendor will arrange for the site to be accurately marked out in accordance with the plans included within these particulars.
Site extends to 0.11 acres (sts) with soft-landscaping around part of the boundary by way of a mature hedgerow maintaining high degree of privacy to the south and east. Hardcore landscaping foundation partially laid for private driveway off shared access point to parking for two cars.
The development site is offered for sale by private treaty with vacant possession on completion.
We understand that mains water and drainage are available in Bury Road, and that electricity is available nearby overhead. Nevertheless, it is the purchaser's responsibility to satisfy themselves in relation to the provision of services.
St. Edmundsbury District Council (01284 763 233)
Tax Band– TBC.
Strictly by prior appointment through the sellers’ sole agent: Whatley Lane. If there is anything of particular importance, please contact us to discuss, especially before embarking upon your journey to view the property.
DIRECTIONS (IP29 5NJ):
From London / Cambridge / Bury St. Edmunds (by car) exit the M11 at Junction 9 and take the A11 towards Newmarket continuing on the A14. Exit at Junction 44. At the bottom of the sliproad, follow signs to the town centre. Continue over the first roundabout (passing BP Garage and Bury Rugby Club on the right). At the second roundabout again continue over, take the second exit onto A1302 following signs to ‘Nowton Park’. At the third roundabout take the first exit onto Nowton Road, passing Nowton Park on your left and South Lee School on your right. Continue along onto scenic undulating Bury Road and follow two miles out of town until entering the village of Hawstead at the brow of the hill, where the development site ‘Ten Shillings’ can be found approx. 30 metres on the right marked by our For Sale board.